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The Modern Platonist

Paired with the Sky Father, the Indo-European Earth Mother Brings Forth Life in Pagan Myth through Fertile Intercourse with the Sky God


The Most Important Concept in Nietzsche’s Philosophy Is Creating a New Aristocratic Man from the Ashes of God, Transcendence and Mankind Itself

Foreword to the Lecture Series

Today I begin a yearlong series of lectures devoted to what I consider to be the most important tenets of Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy. Nietzsche has been a central figure of modern philosophy. As a Platonist myself, Nietzsche has exerted a notorious influence in important parts of my particular weltanschauung. It is often believed that Plato is the philosophical nemesis of Nietzsche. This stance is far from true; rather, Nietzsche should be seen as a complete actualization of Platonic thought for the modern man.


From Rome and Greece To India, From Jupiter and Zeus To Dyaus Pitar: A Journey of the Sky Deity With an Indo-European Origin

Roman God Iuppiter at the Guidonia Montecelio Capitoline Triad sculpture (Author: Francesco Bini)


How to unleash the innate and natural human need and desire for self-realization in life

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There Are No Miracle Wellness Solutions Agaisnt Modern Alienation. Only a Solid Inner Life Can Save Us From the Rat Race.

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Enlightenment Begins with Learning But Modern People Trust More Their Feelings

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Horses, Chariot, the Sun, Dawn and the Sky Father: From Rome to India a Consistent Myth Has a Proto-Indo-European Origin

The Roman Dioscuri Castor and Pollux, with their horses. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Image: author.


Tradition Is Not a Political Reactionary Impulse But Transmission of Knowledge

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The Greek Philosopher Epicurus Developed a Challenging Method Against Social Anxiety, Vanity and Egotism

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Discover This Time-Honored Meditation and How It Works

The main goal of the Lectio Divina is to get closer to the Divine through inspired knowledge acquired while meditating. Image by Aaron Burden.

What Is the Lectio Divina

Within Christian traditions, several meditative tools were developed throughout the centuries. In Western Christianity, the most famous mediation technique is the Lectio Divina (“divine reading” in Latin). The main goal of the Lectio Divina is to get closer to the Divine through inspired knowledge acquired while meditating on a text. Based upon the meditation of ancient Greek philosophy called Anagōgē, 2nd and 3rd century Christian philosophers and apologists Clement of Alexandria and Origen adopted the Greek pagan Anagōgē to Christianity.

The Modern Platonist

Neoplatonic Theology, Tradition, Metaphysics, Sophia Perennis, Indo-European Religion & Spirituality. www.modernplatonist.com

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